FRANKLIN, Tenn.–Digital Reasoning™, the leader in unstructured data analytics at scale, is pleased to announce Mike Miller as its executive vice president of sales. In his new role, Miller will lead the company’s client acquisition and retention in both government and commercial markets.
“For nearly a decade, Mike has been a trusted advisor and director of Digital Reasoning, and we are extremely pleased that he can help us continue the acceleration of our business in an executive capacity,” said Rob Metcalf, Digital Reasoning’s President and Chief Operating Officer. “There are very few individuals who can match Mike’s experience in technology sales for public and private markets, and we’re thrilled to have him join our team.”
“I am delighted to accept the additional responsibilities of growing and developing a global sales team here at Digital Reasoning. I have long believed in the company’s mission to help organizations and agencies better understand their data and exploit it for strategic business and mission value,” said Miller. Miller is a software industry veteran with over twenty years of experience at a number of leading companies as well as on the Digital Reasoning advisory board. Most recently, he developed the marketing strategy for Xirrus, a maker of high-performance wireless networks. Prior to Xirrus, Miller served as the Vice President of Juniper Networks’ Public Sector for the Americas division and was responsible for the company’s sales, partner strategy and customer satisfaction efforts. Miller, before his time with Juniper, was the head of worldwide sales operations for business process management company Appian. He also served as the Executive Vice President of Sales for the Americas at Managed Objects (which later sold to Novell) as well as SVP and GM of North American Sales for Computer Associates. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Virginia. Miller lives with his wife and children in Vienna, Virginia.
“Mike has been a tireless supporter of Digital Reasoning for over a decade. I think that with our rapid growth, he can contribute an enormous amount of wisdom and ability as the company’s senior Sales Executive,” said Tim Estes, the CEO of Digital Reasoning.